It was really Harris, who said he was able to snare Wood after just a few minutes.
Cases increasing Law-enforcement agencies trumpet arrests, and the media is typically quick to report the cases, including one last month in which Cortelyou, a radio business reporter, was arrested after an alleged Internet chat with an undercover officer. The bigger the splash these cases make in the media, the more attention they bring to a problem that more than likely has not crested, experts say.
A man who spent 37 years in an Arizona prison for a murder he insisted he didn't commit was convicted by a Denver-area jury on Friday for sexual assault of a relative.
William Macumber, 79, will be sentenced in February in the case. Macumber enjoyed less than a year of freedom after his release in 2012.
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